NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Other than one particular see-saw point for Christopher Grosvernor, St. Francis High's tennis match with Mission League opponent Sherman Oaks Notre Dame went quietly.
The Golden Knights came away with a sound 13-5 victory over the visiting Knights on Tuesday afternoon at the Fremont Tennis Center, including winning eight of nine sets in singles.
Grosvernor, St. Francis' No. 2 player, contributed by sweeping his three sets, 6-1, 6-0, 6-2, but he'll surely remember one point in particular.
"We had a rally of 100 shots," said Grosvernor of one point of a 6-2 victory over Notre Dame's Andrew Chase. "I started counting when we couldn't even bend our knees to shoot, then I finally won and we just stood there."
Grosvernor said he heard the applause so he looked around a couple moments at his teammates and Athletic Director Terry Terrazone, who was at the helm for St. Francis (6-5, 4-4 in league) after Coach Ron Zambrano had a prior commitment with his assistant on vacation.